Re: R22 Hangar size

Don’t throw away a perfectly good airplane for a few inches of span. If you need to get a 22 inside a narrow hangar, there is a way. Taxi or pull the airplane up to the opening, and instead of going straight in, turn to either side, bringing the nose just outside the door post. Like sticking one wing inside. Then, just back the plane in. There is plenty of room. The wings just don’t go through the door at the same time. If the hangar itself is not wide enough, you can leave he airplane at an angle. ( the wings pointing toopposite corners. I have done this many times. It is surprising how much room there is this way. Jim